The Best Way to be More Confident

In order to be confident, you have to decide to be confident. How the heck do you do that? Jeff Haden posits an answer in an article for Inc.

Embrace the Darkness

When you suppress negative feelings about yourself, you are not really doing anything productive. When you honestly face your feelings about what you perceive to be failings, then you can decide on a course of action to improve. And improvement builds confidence. Of course, “improvement” is a pretty long and complicated step in itself. It means a lot of hard work, and probably more failure, before you can take a step back and see how far you have come. For amusing personal stories of Haden’s own quest for improvement, you can read the original article here:

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